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SILENT WITNESSES:  PATHWAYS AND PASSAGES | 2010

Exhibition:  La Muse Writer and Artist Retreat
Location: Labastide Esparbairenque, France
Dates: 7 – 30 November 2010
Media: Lithographs, one colour
Dimensions: 9 works @ 250mm x 330mm each (image size)
Signed, limited editions

PATHWAYS AND PASSAGES was fully funded and completed while on a fellowship at La Muse Writer and Artist Retreat in the mountain village of Labastide Esparbairenque in the south of France.

It is one of a series of three sets of nine drawings entitled “Silent Witnesses”, that document seemingly ordinary or unseen architectural elements and return them to the consciousness of a community, acknowledging them as living “members” of that community.  The selected architectural elements define the persona of each village, and have acted as silent witnesses to its history.  As architectural personifiers, the theme selected for the set of drawings is a reflection of Rites of Passage of the villagers and of the architecture itself.

PATHWAYS AND PASSSAGES © 2010 Daniel K. Brown

One Response to “2010 France – Pathways and Passages”

  1. John Fanning
    1 February 2011 at 9:56 AM #

    Daniel,

    They’re beautiful.

    Stairs, stairs, stairs. Love them!

    :)

    J